聯合國教科文組織於2018年9月11日在法國巴黎舉行“人工智能：反思其複雜性及對社會的影響（Artificial Intelligence: Reflection on its complexity and impact on our society）”圓桌會議，旨在提高有關人工智能（AI）的最新發展及相關倫理挑戰問題的認識。會議將由荷蘭特文特大學哲學教授兼世界科學知識與技術倫理委員會（COMEST）成員Peter-Paul Verbeek先生主持，向公眾開放。
Roundtable on "Artificial Intelligence: Reflection on its complexity and impact on our society"
When, local time:
Tuesday, 11 September 2018 -6:15pm to 8:00pm
Type of Event:
Category 7-Seminar and Workshop
Orio Ikebe, firstname.lastname@example.org
The roundtable will be organized on 11 September 2018, from 6:15pm to 8pm at UNESCO Headquarters, Paris. The round table aims to raise awareness about the latest developments and related ethical challenges concerning AI. The round table will be moderated by Professor Peter-Paul Verbeek, Professor of Philosophy of Twente University, Netherlands, a member of World Commission on the Ethics of Scientific Knowledge and Technology (COMEST).
UNESCO organizes a roundtable on “Ethics of Artificial Intelligence (AI)” in order to raise awareness about the latest developments and related ethical challenges related to AI. The purposes of the roundtable are to bring together eminent experts in the field of science, law, medicine, biotechnology, ethics, philosophy and sociology, entrepreneurs, concerned international organizations, as well as the general public to discuss these issues, leading to potential areas of cooperation at the international level.
While AI has the potential to transform the future of humanity for the better and for sustainable development, there is thus also a prevailing awareness of the risks and challenges associated with AI, especially in terms of deepening existing inequalities and divides, human rights implications, and potential biases embedded in the algorithms of AI-based technologies. In order to sketch possible scenarios and unlock action potentials to grasp opportunities while managing risks, it is important to develop a more comprehensive understanding of how societies may be transformed by these technologies, taking account of how they are controlled and to which cultural understandings they respond.
Due to the potential global impacts of AI and the convergence of interests and actors, an intercultural dialogue is needed to take into account the different cultural approaches, and to identify risks and benefits.
The round table will be moderated by Dr Peter-Paul Verbeek, Professor of Philosophy of Twente University, Netherlands, a member of COMEST, and several other eminent experts are invited as speakers. Wide participation of Permanent Delegations to UNESCO, IBC and COMEST members, IGBC Member States, concerned international organizations, and the general public is expected. The round table will be accessible through livecasting to reach out broader audiences as well.
This event is open to public.